Unfortunately, we weren't able to get hold of either new accessory in time for this review, but we'll be updating our impressions as soon as we can.
The 80D also gains a new 45-point hybrid AF system with all of the points being cross-type.
This is a step up from the 19-point AF system in the 70D, though not quite at the same level as the 65-point coverage offered by the more professionally-oriented 7D Mark II.
please change its rating to GOLD , in technical tests it may lag behind in a few parameters but in real world it is KING !
I got this camera in November last year, and I'm happy with it. However, there is one bug with the highlight alert wich may be minor, but since I haven't found it documented elsewhere I share it with you here.
It deserve a GOLD AWARD, this camera does best what it can !
Still after 3 years it is one the best still camera and still selling very well .Featuring a body sealed against dust and moisture, the 80D has a polycarbonate exterior and magnesium alloy chassis.It is nearly identical in design to its predecessor, with the majority of controls accessible via the articulating rear touchscreen, as well as via physical control points. While it cannot shoot 4K, it does offer 1080/60p capture and continuous autofocus during video.Fortunately, the 80D marks a significant step forward in Canon's sensor development, offering much better DR than the 70D or 7D Mark II.But the new sensor isn't interesting just because of the pictures it can capture.When shooting raw, I get more highlight alerts than there actually are.